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Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
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Besides the glossy magazines, stacks of photocopied, hand-printed and distributed newsletters brought information and insight to computer users. In cases where the newsletters grew into full magazines, check the Computer Magazines collection. General Computer Newsletters The 80 Notebook Ace User Magazine Apple 2000 Apple Content Apple Hebdo Newsletter (French) Argonauts Newsletter Asgard Newsletter Atari Owners Club Bulletin Australian National OS9 Newsletter Australian OS9 Newsletter (Alt.)...
80 Microcomputing Magazine
80 Microcomputing Magazine
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80 Microcomputing, also known as 80 Micro, was the most famous of the TRS-80 magazines and the best remembered. It was the first of the platform-specific computer magazines to become very popular, creating a model that many other magazines followed. Harry McCracken, former editor-in-chief of PC World, described PC World as "essentially an 80 Micro clone that happened to be about Windows, not TRS-80’s." 80 Microcomputing published for 101 issues from January 1980 to June 1988, plus...
American Cinematographer Magazine
American Cinematographer Magazine
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American Cinematographer is a magazine published monthly by the American Society of Cinematographers. It focuses on the art and craft of cinematography, covering domestic and foreign feature productions, television productions, short films, music videos and commercials. The emphasis is on interviews with cinematographers, but directors and other filmmakers are often featured as well. Articles include technical how-to pieces, discussions of tools and technologies that affect cinematography, and...
Atari Online News, Etc. (A-ONE)
Atari Online News, Etc. (A-ONE)
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10,685
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by Dana P. Jacobson
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Atari Online News, Etc. was an electronic text newsletter covering the Atari ST that launched in May 1999 by Dana P. Jacobson and Joe Mirando who previously contributed to the STReport newsletter. It ran for almost 1000 issues until finally closing at the end of 2016 with a promise of a transition to HTML that seemingly never came.
Japanese Handball Association Journal
Japanese Handball Association Journal
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20,154
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Official Newsletter of the Japanese Handball Association (JHA)
LBC Archives and Special Collections
LBC Archives and Special Collections
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10,208
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Our mission is to provide an official repository for materials of historical significance to Lancaster Bible College. Our aim is to enlighten and educate researchers about the history and legacy of Lancaster Bible College. Our goal is to accomplish the stated through the arrangement, description, and preservation of these resources.   The Archives and Special Collections serves as an official repository for materials of historical significance to Lancaster Bible College. The Archives...
Topics: Lancaster Bible College, Lancaster School of the Bible, Lancaster Bible College and Graduate...
Oshaworker
Oshaworker
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3,818
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This is a bi-monthly newsletter published by Local 222 of the United Automobile, Aircraft and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, 44 Bond Street East, Oshawa, Ontario. This collection has been digitized by the Oshawa Public Library.
Topic: Unifor
Forth Dimensions Newsletter
Forth Dimensions Newsletter
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The Newsletter for Forth Enthusiasts.
QuestBusters: The Adventurers' Journal
QuestBusters: The Adventurers' Journal
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43,296
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Scans by the Museum of Computer Adventure Game History . From their description: "Put out by Adventure gamer Shay Addams starting in the early eighties, it is amazing to just look at this thing over the years and see how it grew and changed (see pictures). Starting from a little 8-page flyer, it grew to an oversized 16-page monthly newsletter, with hundreds (thousands?) of readers. Hundreds of computer game hints, reviews and solutions appeared here throughout the years. These are a...
Washington Apple Pi Journal
Washington Apple Pi Journal
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10,321
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The official journal and newsletter of the Washington Apple Pi user group.
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Marigul, Randnet, Nintendo
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1200 DPI 48-bit scans of the Doshin Newsletter in raw format and mostly cropped.  ICC profile included as a separate file to be applied to the raw scans.
Topics: Doshin Newsletter, Randnet, 64DD, Marigul, N64, Nintendo, Japan, Scans, ICC, 1200DPI, RAW, VGSC
Morton Grove Public Library Newsletter Archive
Morton Grove Public Library Newsletter Archive
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5,077
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by Morton Grove Public Library
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An archive of newsletters from the Morton Grove Public Library in Morton Grove, Illinois. Learn more at mgpl.org .
Topic: newsletter
Softline Magazine
Softline Magazine
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Softalk (ISSN 0724-9629) was an American magazine of the early 1980s that focused on the Apple II computer. Published from 1980 through 1984, it featured articles about hardware and software associated with the Apple II platform and the people and companies who made them. The name was originally used on a newsletter of Apple Software pioneer company, Softape, who in 1980 changed its name to Artsci Inc. When the IBM PC came on the market, Softalk Publishing was on the spot with "'Softalk...
Interaction Magazine
Interaction Magazine
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InterAction magazine was the newsletter and magazine for Sierra On-Line, later On-Line Systems, founded by Ken and Roberta Williams and focused on a variety of entertainment software throughout the 1980s and 1990s.
Monday Report
Monday Report
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Weekly newsletter for the Shelton State community.
the Community Media Review Archive
the Community Media Review Archive
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An archive of the journal of the Alliance for Community Media and its predecessor organization, the National Federation of Local Cable Programmers At various times this journal was called the NFLCP Newsletter, The Community Television Review and the Community Media Review. If you're looking for the Community Media Archive, you'll find it here
Topics: community media, access
Micro Cornucopia
Micro Cornucopia
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Micro Cornucopia was a 1980s microcomputer magazine for hobbyists and enthusiasts, published in Bend, Oregon by David J. Thompson, a former Tektronix engineer. The magazine, originally conceived as a newsletter for users of the Ferguson Big Board (a single-board CP/M computer), was published bi-monthly beginning in July 1981. It soon expanded its coverage to other board-level computers, the Kaypro computer, and general hobbyist/experimental computing, with special interest areas being robotics,...
Endtime Issues - Samuele Bacchiocchi, Ph. D.
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13,282
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by Samuele Bacchiocchi
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Endtime Issues Newsletters were produced by Sam Bacchiocchi from 1998 through 2008 and were formerly published at his website, biblicalperspectives.com.  This collection represents a substantial portion of the work of his later life. As he stated, "Preparing each newsletter takes between 50 to 100 hours, because I try to address each subject as thoroughly as I possibly can," therefore this collection is of scholarly interest to many, both theological friend and foe alike. Dr....
Topic: Seventh-day Adventist, Eschatology, Ellen G. White, Samuele Bacchiocchi
Summary of the Decisions of the Second Labor Fightback Conference (Rutgers, N.J., May 15-17, 2015) (report presented by Alan Benjamin on behalf of the Labor Fightback Network Steering Committee and approved unanimously, following a Motion to Adopt by Donna Dewitt, President Emeritus of the South Carolina AFL-CIO) The Second Labor Fightback Conference brought together more than 100 union leaders and activists, along with representatives of progressive community organizations, with the purpose of...
Topics: Labor Unions, Civil Rights, Human Rights, Black Power, Mexico, Haiti, USA
Dynamic Memories
Dynamic Memories
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Dynamic Memories is a TRS-80 User Group Newsletter for the South Bay TRS-80 Users Group, published in the 1980s.
Newsletters: Zines, PDFs and Photocopies
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The Spark Gap is the newsletter of the Mid-State Amateur Radio Club located in Franklin, Indiana.  These newsletters, uploaded here with permission of the past and current membership, are a treasure trove of historical information about the club, its members, and amateur radio in Central Indiana.
Topics: hamradio, newsletter, amateur, radio, kb9loc, wa9rdf, w9mid
ZX Mushroom Club Newsletter
ZX Mushroom Club Newsletter
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The ZX Mushroom Club Newsletter was a ZX-Spectrum oriented newsletter published in the 1980s.
Words & Vision
Words & Vision
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The UFV Faculty and Staff Association (FSA) has been the official collective bargaining agent for university employees at this institution since 1977. The FSA negotiates and administers the Collective Agreement (often referred to as “the contract”), monitors and seeks to influence internal university governance, and, in conjunction with our partner associations in other colleges and universities in B.C., lobbies the provincial and federal governments on matters which...
Topics: University of the Fraser Valley, UFV, UFV FSA, British Columbia, University, Union, Newsletter,...
(2012-2015) TMI Newsletter / News Items
(2012-2015) TMI Newsletter / News Items
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by The Monroe Institute
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Topics: TMI News, TMI Newsletter, TMI Resources, The Monroe Institute, The Monroe Institute History,...
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
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Time Designs Magazine
Topics: timex sinclair, timex sinclair 1000, timex sinclair 2068
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Aus borne user groups
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Aus borne user group newsletter
Topics: ACMS, Aus borne, Ausborne, Osborne
Cap! # 4 - Capcom Friendly Club CFC Style Fan-Book CAP! Capcom Newsletter #4 These are not MY scans I've noticed that a lot of people don't know that a bunch of the Cap! issues are scanned and uploaded here: https://archive.org/details/cap-cfc-style-fanbook Huge thanks to that uploader. Only problem is they aren't labeled and come in one big zip. So I took it upon myself to separate them, rename some stuff, and convert them into as many diff file types as I could so people can first off find...
Topics: Cap!, Capcom, CFC, Capcom Friendly Club, Street Fighter, Mega Man, Darkstalkers
Z*NET: Atari Online Magazine
Z*NET: Atari Online Magazine
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Full issues of Z*NET: Atari Online Magazine for the Atari ST.
CLOAD Magazine
CLOAD Magazine
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CLOAD was a magazine on cassette for the TRS-80 Model I computer, and was a forerunner of the later concept of disk magazines. It began publishing in March, 1978, by founding publisher Ralph McElroy and editor Dick Fuller. Its name was from the command used in TRS-80 BASIC to load a program from a cassette. David Lagerquist became editor-in-chief of CLOAD Magazine in July 1980. It continued publishing until at least 1984, and was joined by sister publication Chromasette, for the TRS-80 Color...
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Commodore Electronics Limited
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Commodore International news from around the world, internal corporate newsletter.  Volume 3, Number 3, Winter 1986. This document was generously contributed by Gail Wellington.
Topics: commodore, commodore international, commodore business machines, commodore news, commodore...
In Fact Newsletter
In Fact Newsletter
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Henry George Seldes (/ˈsɛldəs/ sel-dəs;[aa] November 16, 1890 — July 2, 1995) was an American investigative journalist and media critic. The writer and critic Gilbert Seldes was his younger brother. Actress Marian Seldes is his niece. Influenced by Lincoln Steffens, his career began when he was nineteen years old and was hired at the Pittsburgh Leader. In 1914, he was appointed night editor of the Pittsburgh Post. In 1916, he went to the United Press in London and, starting in 1917,...
Sikh Bulletin
Sikh Bulletin
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Sikh Bulletin is published by Khalsa Tricentennial Foundation of North America Inc., a religious tax exempt California Corporation. KTF operated a Gurdwara in Roseville, California, from April 1996 to April 2005 to bring about a reformation in Sikhism by pointing out 'bipran-ki-reet' practices that have crept into Sikhism and to propagate the true interpretation of the message enshrined in Guru Granth Sahib. The publication of The Sikh Bulletin began in November 1999 as a monthly. A few copies...
Topics: Sikhi, , Sikhism, Sikh Theology, Gurmat, Bibek-Budh
BASUG Newsletter
BASUG Newsletter
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BASUG (British Apple System Users Group) newsletters, published in the early 1980s.
On Three Newsletter
On Three Newsletter
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On Three was a glossy newsletter dedicated to the Apple III computer, published in the mid-1980s.
The Michigan Atari Computer Enthusiasts Journal
The Michigan Atari Computer Enthusiasts Journal
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The official newsletter of the Michigan Atari Computer Enthusiasts.
Apple 2000 Newsletter
Apple 2000 Newsletter
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Apple 2000 was a UK-based magazine, calling itself "The All Apple User Group Committed to All Apple Users Including Macintosh". It was published in the late 1980s to the early 1990s.
World of '68 Micros
World of '68 Micros
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We offer support for all Motorola based computer systems and microcontrollers, and the OS-9 operating system. I'm the person who conceived of and published "the world of 68' micros" -- Frank (Francis) Swygert. The title is correct -- it was officially in all lower case to emphasize "micro" computers. For shorthand I often used "268'm" (two - the world of) in messages on Delphi and in the magazine. I started thinking about something like this when Falsoft started...
Australian National OS9 Newsletter (1988-1994)
Australian National OS9 Newsletter (1988-1994)
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The Australian National OS9 Newsletter was a Color Computer-oriented newsletter created by Gordon Bentzen, Don Berrie and Bob Devries. Issues were produced from July 1988 to August 1994. Credit to CoCoCoding for issue information and summary.
The Allred Family Organization began publishing the newsletter in the Fall of 1989. Issues 1-65
Topic: The Allred Family Organization Newsletter
MicroTimes Newsletter
MicroTimes Newsletter
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by BAM Publishing
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Published starting in 1984, the MicroTimes Newspaper lauded itself as the newsletter for computer users in California. Published in two editions (Northern California and Southern), with minor but noticeable differences between them, MicroTimes provided interviews, instructions, humor and opinion pieces related to all manner of home computers and business.
The Bulge Bugle Newsletters
The Bulge Bugle Newsletters
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The Bulge Bugle is a quarterly newsletter containing photos of veterans and stories written by them of their experiences during The Battle of the Bulge, the largest land battle ever fought by the US Army. The battle took place along the borders of Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany and began on December 16, 1944 and ended January 25, 1945. Casualties were 100,000 for Germany and 82,000 for Americans, including 19,000 killed.
Topics: bulge bugle, battle of the bulge
Newsletters: Zines, PDFs and Photocopies
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The first VeggieTales related item on my Archive Corner, and it's an issue of The Super Fantastic Veggie Fan Club newsletter! 😄😁 This issue was meant to promote Jonah: A VeggieTales Movie , which came out later than year, as well as its now defunct website, JonahMovie.com . Included in this issue are interviews with The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything and Mike Nawrocki, a synopsis of the Jonah movie, and a few activities for kids. This might be the first issue from this newsletter that has...
Topics: VeggieTales, Jonah, Big Idea, Newsletter
Derive User Group Newsletter
Derive User Group Newsletter
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The DERIVE User Group was founded founded in 1991. The DUG now consists of more than 500 members from all over the world. The DUG publishes the DERIVE-Newsletter four times a year and organizes local User Group meetings. Each DERIVE-Newsletter has 46 pages minimum (40 pages 1995 and 34 pages before), with information about how DERIVE and the TI-92/89 is being used and useful hints for working with the program and the TI-92/89 and Voyage 200.
Newsletters: Zines, PDFs and Photocopies
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The complete run of "The Ogopogo Examiner," aka "Squaresoft: The Official Newsletter," published by the U.S. branch of Squaresoft (now Square Enix) in Redmond, Washington, from the spring of 1992 to the fall of 1994. This newsletter was mailed out to anyone who sent in a game registration card to Squaresoft. It included tips for Squaresoft games, news about upcoming projects (including many that ended up being cancelled), and lists of merchandise for sale. This set of 600...
Topics: Square, Square Enix, Squaresoft, Square Soft, Final Fantasy, Secret of Mana, Seiken Densetsu,...
Newsletters: Zines, PDFs and Photocopies
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Ray Peat old newsletters
Topics: health, nutrition
Atari Coin Connection
Atari Coin Connection
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Atari Coin Connection was the Atari corporate newsletter for Atari's arcade division.
Australian OS9 Newsletter
Australian OS9 Newsletter
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(Australian) National OS9 Newsletter, which were produced from July 1988 to August 1994 by Gordon Bentzen, Don Berrie and Bob Devries.
Newsletters: Zines, PDFs and Photocopies
by Penn Jones, Jr.
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Jones was known for being an early critic of the  Warren Commission 's report on the  assassination of John F. Kennedy  and for alleging that 150 people connected to the assassination may have died under mysterious circumstances. In 1967, he self-published  Forgive My Grief , a four-volume work on the assassination of President Kennedy. [1] [6]  In the 1980s, Jones co-edited  The Continuing Inquiry  newsletter with Gary Mack of the  Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza . [1]
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Topics: JFK, JFK Assassination, Cold War
TEL Newsletter
TEL Newsletter
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TEL (Telephone Electronics Line) was a small publication that was dedicated to phone phreaking and hacking. It began publishing in November 1974. TEL was similar to TAP but was geared totally toward phone phreaking. In 1975, Pacific Telephone & Telegraph won a lawsuit against the publishers of TEL. The Superior Court of California, County L.A. court ordered TEL to stop publishing immediately. A letter was mailed to all subscribers advising them to destroy all back issues of TEL. TEL ceased...
Newsletters: Zines, PDFs and Photocopies
by Michael Steverson
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October 2021 Edition of the Withlacoochee Rockhounds newsletter - Rock Talk
Topics: rockhounding, rock hounds, rock talk, geology, lapidary
Arcade Express Newsletter
Arcade Express Newsletter
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by Electronic Games
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Arcade Express billed itself as the bi-weekly electronic games newsletter. Published in the early 1980s.
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46 issues (694 pages, 245 MB) of the newsletter of the Atari Computer Enthusiasts of Columbus, Ohio (ACEC) newsletter. It was renamed to Fuji Facts during its run.
The Village Green Newsletter
The Village Green Newsletter
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The Village Green Newsletter was the official newsletter of the A.C.U.G., a Commodore user groups that has gone by multiple names over the years. This user group was officially recognized by Commodore and designated as user group #447.
OS-9 Newsletter
OS-9 Newsletter
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The OS-9 Newsletter was the official newsletter of the Bellingham OS-9 Users Forum, published in the 1990s.
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Commodore Electronics Limited
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Commodore International news from around the world, internal corporate newsletter.  Volume 7, Issue 2, Spring 1992. This document was generously contributed by Gail Wellington.
Topics: commodore, commodore international, commodore business machines, commodore news, commodore...
Crashed Newsletter
Crashed Newsletter
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Crashed Newsletter is a newsletter dedicated to the Sam Coupe and ZX Spectrum computers, published in the 1990s.
Sinclair GIDs Newsletter
Sinclair GIDs Newsletter
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Singclair GIDs is a Dutch Sinclair computer magazine, published in the 1980s.
Midnite Software Gazette
Midnite Software Gazette
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The Midnite Software Gazette was a newsletter started for the Central Illinois PET Users Group. Published by Jim Strasa, it dated from 1980 to 1987, published 41 issues and additional materials, and expanded its coverage out to all Commodore computers.
The Stack
The Stack
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The Stack was the official newsletter of the Long Island Computer Association. Published in the 1980s.
Newsletters: Zines, PDFs and Photocopies
by Global Indoor Health Network
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Global Indoor Health Network, Newsletter 02-17-2017, special commemorative issue about Jack Thrasher PhD toxicologist
Topics: Global Indoor Health Network, Newsletter, February 17, 2017, Jack Thrasher, PhD, toxicologist,...
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by Michigan Mountain Biking Association
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Scans of the Michigan Mountain Biking Association's periodic print newsletter, Bent Rim Bugle, from 1987 through 2000. All issues scanned for archival purposes.
Topics: mountain bike, mountain biking, mmba, michigan, michigan mountain biking association, brb, bent rim...
Northern Bytes Newsletter
Northern Bytes Newsletter
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Northern Bytes Newsletter is a newsletter published by The Alternate Source Information Outlet in the 1980s.
Locomotive Software Script Newsletter
Locomotive Software Script Newsletter
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Script was a newsletter primarily focused on LocoScript, the word processing software package for the Amstrad PCW line of computers. Throughout the newsletter's lifetime of 1987 to 1992, 24 issues were produced by Locomotive Software Ltd., the software house that produced the LocoScript software, amongst other software packages, many of them also for the Amstrad PCW. Each issue featured a News section as well as a selection of letters, with replies, to Locomotive Software Ltd. Additionally,...
Inside Solaris Newsletter
Inside Solaris Newsletter
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"Inside Solaris Newsletter: Tips & Techniques for users of Sun Solaris," initially published by ZD Journals and later Element K Press. Issues were published monthly and covered beginnier and intermediate-level technical topics of interest to Sun Solaris system administrators.
Newsletters from the Ottawa-Hull Timex Sinclair User Group. Covers Sinclair ZX81, Timex Sinclair 1000, Timex Sinclair 2068 and more.
Topics: Sinclair ZX81, Timex Sinclair 2068, Timex Sinclair 1000
The Metropolitan Stereo Camera Club Newsletter
The Metropolitan Stereo Camera Club Newsletter
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Holy Communion Lutheran Church newsletter, Minneapolis, Minnesota 1989
Topics: Holy Communion Lutheran Church, newsletter, Minneapolis, Minnesota, vintage, 4016 E. 32nd Street,...
Atari Connection
Atari Connection
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The Atari Connection was the official publication of the Atari Computer division. It was a quarterly slick-format newsletter/magazine that was as much an extended sales brochure as it was an informational magazine. As such, it was very similar to what Apple put out for their computers.
I/O Connector
by San Diego Atari Computer Enthusiasts
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The I/O Connector Newsletter, January, 1983. For Atari 8-bit computers.
Topics: I/O, Connector, Newsletter, User, Group, Atari, 8-bit, 400, 800, 1200XL, 800XL, 130XE, XEGS, XE, XL
Newsletters: Zines, PDFs and Photocopies
by Herbert Booker
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Rates and specialty marks of the sea services.
Topics: Crow's Nest Newsletter, Specialty and Distinguishing Marks, Sea Services U.S. and foreign
Commodore Mail Link Newsletter
Commodore Mail Link Newsletter
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Commodore Mail Link (sometimes titled as 'Commodore Mailink') was a newsletter produced by the user group 'Meeting 64/128 Users Through the Mail'. It was produced out of St. Joseph, IL. It is believed to have lasted from 1986 to 2009
Topics: Commodore, Commodore 64, Commodore 128, newsletter, user group
Byte Bandits of America
Byte Bandits of America
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Byte Bandits of America is a TRS-80 Newsletter for a California group of TRS-80s users.
OS-9 Message of the Day
OS-9 Message of the Day
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OS-9 Message of the Day was a newsletter published by the OS-9 USers Group in the late 1980s through to the late 1990s.
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
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Newsletter of the Vancouver Sinclair User's Group
Topics: Sinclair ZX81, Timex/Sinclair 1000, Timex/Sinclair 1500, Timex/Sinclair 2068
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by Western Health Reform Institute
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Volume 04, Issue 05 of Health Reformer for November 1st, 1869, published by The Western Health-Reform Institute, (Health Institute), and Health Publishing, Battle Creek Sanitarium. Includes currently unpublished articles from James White, Ellen G. White, John Harvey Kellogg and other Adventist Pioneers.
Topics: John Harvey Kellogg, Ellen G. White, James White, Battle Creek Sanitarium